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7th ROS-Industrial Conference 2019

The 7th ROS-Industrial Conference 2019 will take place Tuesday December 10 to Thursday December 12 in Stuttgart, Germany.

Don’t miss the early bird rate (until November 15)!

Looking forward to welcoming you soon!

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This is a kind reminder to order your ticket to this year’s edition of ROS-Industrial Conference with the following sessions (in single track) and speakers:

Program & Announced Speakers

Session 1 on Day 1 (EU ROS updates)

  • Thilo Zimmermann (Fraunhofer IPA): Introduction to the ROS-Industrial Conference

  • Werner Kraus (Fraunhofer IPA): Welcome presentation & market statistics from latest IFR World Robotics Report

  • Carlos Hernandez Corbato (TU Delft): ROSIN: advancing ROS in Europe

  • Gonzalo Casas (ETH Zurich): ROS-I for architecture and digital fabrication

  • Andreas Linz (Uni Osnabrück): Highlights of ROS in Agricultural Domain

  • Catered Lunch (12:40 - 14:10)

  • Andrzej Wąsowski (IT University Copenhagen): [Reactive] Programming with [Rx]ROS

  • Jon Azpiazu Lozano (Tecnalia): Commercial exploitation and digital fabrication and introduction into FTP

  • Highlights of ROSIN FTPs / outcomes of ROS developments Rafael Arrais (INESC TEC) Luca Muratore (IIT) Trygve Thomessen (PPM Robotics) Olivier Michel (Cyberbotics) Paloma Carrasco Fernández (CATEC)

  • Olivier Stasse (LAAS): Pros and cons of using ROS to transfer robotics components from laboratory to industry [presented via Skype]

  • Coffee break (15:40 - 16:10)

  • Carlos Hernandez Corbato (TU Delft): Metacontrol for ROS2 systems

  • Dennis Stampfer (HS Ulm): Modeling and Tooling for Robotics Software Development

  • Björn Kahl (Fraunhofer IPA): SeRoNet: Challenges in defining a community platform top-down

  • Maik Siee (Fraunhofer IPA): RoboPORT - co-creatation & engineering community

  • Thilo Zimmerman (Fraunhofer IPA): Conclusion of the day incl. announcement of evening programm

  • End of Session (bus transfer or walking)(18:00 - 18:30)

  • Welcome reception & demo inside of Flexible Research Factory ARENA2036

Session 2 on Day 2 (Software and System Integration)

  • Matt Hansen (Intel): ROS2 Robot Dev Kit Featuring Navigation2 Overview

  • Ingo Lütkebohle (BOSCH CR): ROS 2 Tracing: Performance Analysis and Execution Monitoring

  • Pablo Quilez (drag&bot): drag&bot as a software platform for development of ROS-based industrial applications

  • Arne Rönnau (FZI): cartesian_controllers: Motion, Force and Compliance Control for Robotic Manipulators

  • Coffee break (10:30 - 11:00)

  • Steven Peters (Open Robotics): Open Robotics 2020: ROS2 Eloquent and Ignition Citadel

  • Musa Morena Marcusso Manhães (BOSCH CR): pcg_gazebo_pkgs: A Python library for scripting and rapid-prototyping of simulated Gazebo models and worlds

  • Nadia Hammoudeh Garcia (Fraunhofer IPA): ROS Model

  • Shashank Sharma (Mathworks): Bridging ROS with MATLAB and Simulink: From Algorithms to Deployment

Session 3 on Day 2 (Robotics meets IT)

  • Roger Barga (AWS Amazon): The Robotic Edge

  • Andrei Kholodnyi (Wind River): ROS2 on VxWorks - Challenges in porting a modern, software framework to RTOS

  • Rhys Davies (Canonical): How to maintain a robot that outlives its support

  • Jaime Martin Losa (eProsima): eProsima Fast RTPS, the most complete open source DDS for ROS2

  • Coffee break (15:30 - 16:00)

  • Gunter Logemann (Microsoft): ROS for Windows: develop ROS apps with Visual Studio Code & Azure

  • Endika Gil Uriarte & Victor Mayoral (Alias Robotics): Defensive and offensive Robot security

  • Jan Wiegelmann (Autovia AI): Analytics for Autonomous Driving: Large-scale sensor data processing

  • Ting- Chia Chang (TU Delft) AgROBOfood

  • Joe Speed (ADLINK): Eclipse Cyclone DDS Makes ROS 2 Easier, Smaller, Faster

  • Bus transfer to gala dinner (18:00 - 18:30)

  • Gala dinner at Leonhardts

Session 4 on Day 3 (Hardware updates and application highlights 1/2)

Session 5 on Day 3 (Platforms & Community)

  • Simon Schneider (Jungle): Enabling the future of Manufacturing with Robotics

  • Benjamin Goldschmidt (Silexia): Performance Testing Platform for ROS2

  • Philippe Krief (Eclipse Foundaton Europe): Why Robotics needs Open Source Communities

  • Christoph Hellmann & Thilo Zimmermann (Fraunhofer IPA): Closing Remarks & Discussion


Livestream starts soon!


There are different links for the live stream of all three days,
just check out the ROS-Industrial Consortium YouTube account

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This was ROS-Industrial Conference 2019: 150 participants during 3 days and 40+ speakers

It was an honor to organise this great event on OpenSource Software in Robotics in its 7th edition in Stuttgart, Germany, Europe. Thank you to all speakers, participants, co-organisers and last but knot least to the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and its support of ROSIN project & the ROS community in Europe. Look out for upcoming events by ROSIN.